For some residents it is causing financial distress. While most do not oppose getting new sewers it is the $8,000,000 loan price tag they worry about.
Gary Miles has been fighting for quite some time ... he says the project impacts over 280 households.
However since Miles and several others have been fighting the scheduled closing date for tomorrow (February 23rd) has been delayed indefinitely.
"This is good news and not just for us but for the Supervisors," Miles said.
However the Supervisors say they have been trying to find sewer grants without luck and even applied for Stimulus funding and were rejected twice. They say they are trying their best to get the cost down.